Tree Builder Punch for Pals Paper Arts (PPA254)

Stampin' Up! tree builder punch birthday card by Mary Fish Stampin' Pretty

A simple white tree created with the new Stampin’ Up! Tree Builder Punch sets the stage for today’s birthday card.Pals Paper Arts Color Challenge Banner

My color combination was inspired by this week’s Pals Paper Arts Challenge (PPA254).  Feel free to substitute any of these colors for similar colors.  I opted to use new In Color Watermelon Wonder in place of retired Strawberry Slush.  Check out what the rest of the PPA Design Team created this week HERE!

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  • A tiny Watermelon Wonder bird (also cropped with the Tree Builder Punch) makes a statement against the white tree.

Stampin' Up! tree builder punch birthday card by Mary Fish Stampin' Pretty

  • The “happy birthday” sentiment is from Sprinkles of Life stamp set.  The additional images in the set coordinate with the Tree Builder Punch and may be seen below in my supply list.Stampin' Up! tree builder punch birthday card by Mary Fish Stampin' Pretty right
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Stampin' Up! tree builder punch birthday card by Mary Fish Stampin' Pretty Stampin Up Envelope Paper

  • I added a Watermelon Wonder stripe pattern (card) and solid (envelope liner).  Both are from the 2015-2017 In Color Envelope Paper collection, one of My Favorite Things in the new catalog!

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16 Comments:

  1. This is a ‘Hallmark’ card FOR SURE. LOVE the clean crisp look you have created. THANKS for sharing my friend.

  2. Clean and fabulous card Mary, love the pop of red you added with that adorable little punched out bird. The panel of stripe Watermelon Wonder paper just ties the entire layout together beautifully.
    Thank you for sharing.

  3. I really like the crispness of white on white. Especcially effective with just the hint of colour of the bird. It’s something i’ll keep in mind the next time I make a card 😉

  4. Love the bold watermelon stripes behind your sweet white tree! The birdie just pops!

  5. Carol Carriveau

    Fabulous, Mary, only you would create a white tree with the WW bird…..really wonderful idea!

  6. Lydia Fieldler made an all white card with the tree . . . I loved the look so much I had to at least try the tree!

  7. I didn’t need the 12 x 12 sheet of Envelope Paper to make an envelope (previous post) but the remaining piece is long and skinny . . . perfect for the background of the card and envelope liner!

  8. That little “red” bird just “pops” right and makes such a statement. Makes me think of cardinals when it snows! 🙂

  9. You are the clean and simple queen!!

  10. This is so clean and fresh, Mary! Love the little bird popping off the white tree!

  11. A true “Mary” classic card… crisp, clean and ingenious!

  12. Oh, Katy, you know how to make a girl smile! Thanks!

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